Development of composite high-temperature materials for future energy conversion applications

R. Metselaar, L.R. Wolff

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At high temperatures monolithic materials can no longer fulfill all requirements posed by advanced energy conversion applications. It will be shown how diffusion couples can be used to study metal-ceramic interactions and to develop composite materials. Attention is paid to the development of a hot shell for a combustion heated thermionic energy converter operating at 1450°C. It will be shown how the combination of chemical and physical requirements leads to the design of a trilayer material, consisting of a W emitter, coated with a diffusion barrier of TiN and an outer protective shell of SiC.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNew materials and their applications, 1987 : proceedings of the Institute of Physics conference held at the University of Warwick, 22-25 September 1987
EditorsS.G. Burnay
Place of PublicationBristol
PublisherInstitute of Physics
Pages33-40
ISBN (Print)0-85498-180-2
Publication statusPublished - 1988
Eventconference; Conference on new materials and their applications ; (Coventry/Warwick) : 1987.09.22-25 -
Duration: 1 Jan 1988 → …

Publication series

NameInstitute of Physics Conference Series
Volume89
ISSN (Print)0951-3248

Conference

Conferenceconference; Conference on new materials and their applications ; (Coventry/Warwick) : 1987.09.22-25
Period1/01/88 → …
OtherConference on new materials and their applications ; (Coventry/Warwick) : 1987.09.22-25

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Energy conversion
Diffusion barriers
Cermets
Composite materials
Temperature

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Metselaar, R., & Wolff, L. R. (1988). Development of composite high-temperature materials for future energy conversion applications. In S. G. Burnay (Ed.), New materials and their applications, 1987 : proceedings of the Institute of Physics conference held at the University of Warwick, 22-25 September 1987 (pp. 33-40). (Institute of Physics Conference Series; Vol. 89). Bristol: Institute of Physics.
Metselaar, R. ; Wolff, L.R. / Development of composite high-temperature materials for future energy conversion applications. New materials and their applications, 1987 : proceedings of the Institute of Physics conference held at the University of Warwick, 22-25 September 1987. editor / S.G. Burnay. Bristol : Institute of Physics, 1988. pp. 33-40 (Institute of Physics Conference Series).
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Metselaar, R & Wolff, LR 1988, Development of composite high-temperature materials for future energy conversion applications. in SG Burnay (ed.), New materials and their applications, 1987 : proceedings of the Institute of Physics conference held at the University of Warwick, 22-25 September 1987. Institute of Physics Conference Series, vol. 89, Institute of Physics, Bristol, pp. 33-40, conference; Conference on new materials and their applications ; (Coventry/Warwick) : 1987.09.22-25, 1/01/88.

Development of composite high-temperature materials for future energy conversion applications. / Metselaar, R.; Wolff, L.R.

New materials and their applications, 1987 : proceedings of the Institute of Physics conference held at the University of Warwick, 22-25 September 1987. ed. / S.G. Burnay. Bristol : Institute of Physics, 1988. p. 33-40 (Institute of Physics Conference Series; Vol. 89).

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Metselaar R, Wolff LR. Development of composite high-temperature materials for future energy conversion applications. In Burnay SG, editor, New materials and their applications, 1987 : proceedings of the Institute of Physics conference held at the University of Warwick, 22-25 September 1987. Bristol: Institute of Physics. 1988. p. 33-40. (Institute of Physics Conference Series).